Osun State Governor, Adeleke, is under scrutiny as he has reportedly held only four state executive council meetings in the past year. Civil rights activist Waheed Saka expresses concern, citing the constitutional provision that mandates governors to hold regular cabinet meetings. While the law professor argues that the constitution doesn’t specify meeting intervals, conventional practices are emphasized. The Commissioner for Information defends the governor’s approach, stating that meetings are held based on the discretion of the governor and the urgency of matters, with no legal obligation to convene them weekly.
A civil society organisation, Save Nigeria Movement (SNM), has condemned in strong terms a video in which an acclaimed Islamic...Read more